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Philip Booth
10 July 2014
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  Scott Sumner produced an excellent blog post on Piketty recently. It begins by quoting Piketty: ‘In my view, there is absolutely no doubt that the increase of inequality in United States...
Steven Kates
25 April 2013
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I was given a copy of John Kenneth Galbraith's 1975 treatise which goes by the name of Money: Whence it Came, Where it Went. And there on pages 218-19 we find this: ‘Until Keynes, Say...
Kwasi Kwarteng
31 May 2012
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Britain currently has two emergency fiscal rules. There is a commitment, roughly speaking, to eliminate the structural deficit and to start shrinking net debt by 2015-6. These short term measures...
Philip Booth
8 March 2012
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  The government is to be applauded for its attempts to get the medium-term public finances under control. However, its enthusiasm to do so is leading, increasingly often, to decisions that...
Philip Booth
7 October 2011
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Recession in the eurozone could trigger widespread sovereign defaults The eurozone sovereign debt situation is on a cliff edge. This may sound like a statement of the obvious given the chaos...

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